Rules of AdmissionNote : Admission, Attendance & University Examination etc.
A student must attend at least 75% (Separately both in theoretical & practical) of the classes held in each subject. Otherwise he / she will be declared ‘Non-Collegiate’ as per University rules. If attendance falls below 50%, he / she will become ‘Discollegiate’ and will be debarred from appearing at the University Examination.
1st year Hons. students must attend at least 60% of the Hons. classes during first fifteen days following commencement of classes, failing which their names will be struck off from the Honours Attendance Register and will be shifted to General Course. The seat falling vacant thereby will be filled up from applicants according to merit.
Names of the students enrolled, but failing to attend at least 60% classes, will be struck off at an interval of every three months through out the academic session.
Admission will not be completed until the University Registration is made.
Admission will be made strictly on merit and through ‘Online AdmissionSystem” in all streams. The date of counseling will be notified later on. Admission will be made on the ‘date “‘of counseling on submission of requisite amount of fees and relevant materials. Choice of subject(s), both Hons. and Pass, will be offered according to the availability of seats.
Choice of subjects, both in Hons. and Pass, in the Online Admission System, shall be final. No subsequent change will be allowed.
Registration Fee - Online Registration Charges - Rs. 100.00 + Bank Charges
RULES FOR PAYMENTS OF TUTION FEES :
A student’s name is liable to be struck off the roll on his failure to pay tuition fees for three consecutive months at a time as well as for continuous absence for three months.
Transfer Certificate Fee - The amount is equal to one month’s tuition fees of the class attended. Such certificate will be issued usually after seven days from the date of application by the guardian of the student while certificate of any other kind will be issued usually after
3 days from the date of application. The student must clear all his dues before issue of such
Cancellation of Admission - Application for cancellation of admission will be accepted within one month from the date of admission, and refunded will be made as per rules after such cancellation.
College Examination :
i) The College will hold three mid-Semester examination(for Hons.) and one examination (for General)
each Semester in each academic session .
ii) A student must appear at all the Examinations.
iii) Intimation regarding inability to appear at a particular examination should be communicated to the Principal in the form of an application countersigned by the guardian, well ahead of the date of examination, giving reasons.
iv) Students failing to fulfill attendance requirements as stipulated by the University will be debarred from appearing at the examination.
1. Merit Index will be calculated from the aggregate of best of four subjects in H.S. Examina- tion (10+2).
2. Candidates passed H.S. or equivalent examination from other recognised boards with five subjects of 100 marks each including at least one language subject, either English or Bengali shall be considered for admission, if found eligible otherwise.
3. Candidates admitted in the previous year but failed to fill up forms for Part I examination have to apply afresh for admission to first year class, if found eligible otherwise.
Dr. Santanu Chattopadhyay
I have the proud privilege to share my views on Jagannath Kishore College, with whom I have been associated for the last twenty-five years initially as a faculty of Physics, and then as the Principal for the last seven years or so. Founded in 1948, and serving as a premiere institution for higher education in Purulia for over seven decades, this college has followed the motto ‘Shraddhavan Lavate Jnanam’( a faithful person achieves knowledge) to its optimum. In Swami Vivekananda’s words ‘Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man’ –.....